The TripAdvisor Flights team is looking for a passionate, talented, and resourceful Software Engineer to join us in our Newton, MA office. The Flights team is responsible for both the TripAdvisor Flights metasearch engine as well as
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're seeking individuals who thrive in this challenging environment.
• Passion for the web and desire to create and implement complex computer science solutions
• BS/MS/PhD degree in Computer Science or equivalent
• Expert level understanding of the Java stack
• Experience with the LAMP stack a plus
• Familiarity with Object-Oriented design patterns and how they are used in software design.
• An understanding of AJAX and other Web 2.0 technologies.
• Passion for and experience developing great web products end-to-end.
The successful candidate will communicate well, be committed to delivering quality work on an aggressive schedule, and must be able to function independently as well as part of a team. Must document code faithfully and take good coding practices seriously.
About TripAdvisor Software Engineering
Are you interested in building a cutting edge Web 2.0 product? When you browse websites do you find yourself thinking about how you could make them better? Would you like to work on a web-based product of some of the most visited travel publishing sites on the Internet? We work in a rapid development environment, creating the exciting feel of a start-up with all the resources and perks of stable, rapidly growing global company. So why TripAdvisor Software Engineering? To put it plainly, a career here means that the sky's the limit.
TripAdvisor is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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